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Interview With Imogen Callister
"Today i'm joined by. In calcutta aka k- the media coach after korea to spend journalism real estate operations and a position is branding and marketing specialist at rei imaging now ex with businesses and individuals to help build their brand online. Emmy can you. You can call me. Whatever you like. But miceli i get codeine. Welcome to the show. Thank thank you so much for having me. It's an on obviously debate here on your incredible podcast. Awesome for you to be. He and the media coach is relatively new venture for you. Yeah which you started in january. The she so tell us a bit about it. So look i guess my passion really stems by two ways. One my love of real estate but predominantly my background's journalism media and marketing and it's really blending. Those two worlds together and being an agent is a unique job sam. Every day they have to apply for a new job like imagine that world. It's not easy and you've constantly go to be out there prospecting for new clients and it's my job to help my clients build a personal brand that people want to connect with an also build world-class campaigns in social media marketing and digital online presence to really help them connect with more sellers out there in the marketplace. And it's hard to believe but a lot of people we pick up the fire in one hundred times a day. We make all these goals but you forget like our mobiles right in our hands and everybody fact checks everything now. In fact seventy percent of all sellers will look you up before making a decision on you as an agent so the media coverage was kind of founded on my true passion of helping agents and look like many people. It's been a challenge with covid. I've just had just the best journey. And i really. I'm sorry lucky. I get to wake up every day and leave my passion and my dream and help agents and with some of the top performers in the country. Now so i just feel like it's it's an absolute honor to really work in that position. I mean you've done raising job. So far and really covered as proven agents need to start acting like media companies themselves anyway. So it's great that they've got someone like you to help them along and i think covert is really sorta taught agents viva lesson in terms of you. Don't take back the narrative in the only thing that people here out there is the mainstream media which is obviously always the right. Listen and the thing is think the hardest part for agencies the first question is they say. I don't know what to post because everyone cares about what other people think. And that's human nature satellite. Go onto worried about pricing. I don't know what to post. And i don't know what to say in my purse. That builds brand attraction will makes the whole world of social media like a photo. I mean even though that's not really relevant now likes going on social media where like inist rally aware actually the only place in the world currently with no likes on facebook and instagram. Like if going to the states while that movements coming through so for an aging. It's really breaking down those barriers of understanding that innate to master paid and an own media strategy into their brand so an own media strategy is how they channels look facebook. Instagram linked in google business. What i call like. They pass active brands. They passive brandies lack. They google they look on google. What serves into that brand and making sure that spoiled class when people are typing and then they've got their active brand for their own channels. So that instagram you know. Everyone wants to be into famous. In fact he mcallister of locked you. You know that whole own media channel like may that content pressure now is that then for an agent you really need to look at. How do you create writing fans in your marketplace. Like it's been around for years these idea that other people generate leads into your business but it's gone blown up into the online world now a carry and how it's blowing up. He's all these online reviews and always online review platforms and it's breaking down that disruption for them so they know where to build reviews in brand it gets the more kind of licencees and the last thing i guess formulating strategy for agents now is a lot of people sam. They say to me all you know. I've tried social media before. And i say okay. What have you done that. I'll put up a video. I k and did you do that once. Yup yup. that didn't do anything sat. And it's kind of like you need to understand that ninety. Seven percent of revenue on facebook is made by digital advertising.
Public health crises collide: Substance abuse linked to COVID-19 susceptibility
"Meanwhile, experts say there is a second public health crisis intertwined with this pandemic. And that's the substance abuse crisis. Opioids, tobacco and cocaine increased the risk of death from covert 19 this from a new study published in molecular psychiatry funded by the National Institutes of Health Drugs like heroin, Oxy, codeine and fentanyl, slow down the breathing rate. And substance abuse, combined with the covert 19 infection could be deadly because the virus makes it harder to properly taken oxygen
What is Programmatic Problem Solving?
"Really interested to just start off what is programmatic problem solving. I. Feel like that's you know we should start there bit of a definition or what we all think that I feel like there's probably a couple of different answers, Wa. Obviously had the first the same question at first to an all I knew I didn't even know the term programmatic problem solving I just knew it was something that I was struggling with that I was missing skills then So programmatic problem solving expectedly the way that looks while we're actually using it is that it's building an entire plan kind of an approach to a particular problem before you even be in writing code and so there are steps afterwards of course, and that's usually where I find that especially, new folks will jump. In. Right away what I find is that real life problem solving is only slightly different in that programmatic problem solving in particular relies on thinking in the way that a computer with think. So everything is more off on true false. Yes. No, we don't have that same gray area or kind of you have to build in your own fall bax stuff like that. So that's mostly where I tell my students that but yeah, data's the programmatic part of programming and it is one of the most fundamental skills that we can build in. Snug that one and cheers. So. It is one of the fundamental skills that I had seen that new coders are mostly missing in the beginning and I say this also from a personal standpoint because I have a very personal story with programmatic problem solving too. But yeah, in a nutshell, that is but programmatic problem solving is is very separate from actually writing the code itself. It's an entire process I love. You said a new person codeine that's typically how you dive in it. Absolutely I know I I started was like you just started coating to try and solve the problem instead of being strategic. Thinking how's the best way knocking allies still sometimes do that on like personal projects where I'm like Oh just you know figure this out as I go and I end up regretting it ended up just like a would have almost been a little better to just sit back and think a little bit more strategically about what am I actually trying to do and what's the best approach you're not gonna get it perfect like don't get. Me Wrong I don't think you're going to map out the perfect solution but I, think you you end up thinking like a few steps ahead and how you're actually building whatever you're trying to build. I've actually found and where it really hit me in the beginning was something that I call blink screen paralysis. So after you begin to move past working on the institute orioles and kind of using started out with treehouse initially and you. Find that you're using what you learning. You feel you're gaining confidence and that's the important part truly. But once it starts to get tougher, which is where I got bottlenecked. You realize that it really is eyesight. Pro Programming is eighty percent problem solving in twenty percent writing code, and then you can look up so much. There's documentation out there for writing code there isn't documentation for approaching a problem we have to actually use noodle and. We have to be able the to create something that makes sense or else your solution isn't GonNa make sense either it's not gonNa work at all or you'll be solving the wrong problem entirely which I see to like not literally the wrong problem but you miss identify what you need may be as output. So it's Yeah. Those kind of some issues that I see though and people get overwhelmed they get turned off their associating. Negative emotions too closely with the experience of writing code from scratch. So I wanted a way to help people. Will I stop to help myself but also to help other people to navigate that experience to really avoid a lot of overwhelmed too. And It's it's a transformation truly I've worked with people in real life. I've worked with people. You know kind of doing Programmatic Problem Solving Love Group coaching on it because like they bring in problems, it's like, okay let's pick this apart from the beginning and that's the beautiful part. There is no cord a your code in the course I very language Agnostic Kodak. Nas because you don't need. To be able to write code truthfully to learn how to solve problems.
JetBrains with Natalie Kudanova
"Chedda Brennan Susan International Company of at Crates, professional software development tools to help developers work smarter and faster. We do strive to create the strongest most effective developer tools and of ambitious attitudes. By mating common tasks, we enabled programmers to focused on co design and the big picture instead of boilerplate. Code. That's awesome so I'm curious I have spent some time as a product marketing manager, and it's always kind of a difficult rule to explain the people people are not clear whether or not it's technical or not, so what is a day in the life of a product marketing manager? And do you really see a hybrid between product and marketing? Well in a sense it is, and actually there is no typical day at least for me I'm basically the person helps the team. There will be maintained. Hear the voices so for Ruby developers and I'm the one who tells Ruby developers would good Ruben mind has to offer. That said I communicate with customers, online and offline I'm in charge of advertising mortgage, research, content, creation, codeine, sometimes and so I. Don't do it all myself of course, but I am the dot to where all these lines connect. I love that where some of the best places either online or offline to reach Ruby developers. Oh. I'd say it's a it. Of course and twitter has a huge community. And we have our own channels like our newsletters. We also forget a lot of feedback a the our. Issue Tracker. So. There are lots of places. Social Media and online. That's great, so I'M GONNA. Put you on the spot and ask you for an elevator pitch for our listeners who haven't had a chance to ever use ruby mind before I've been a user for about five years and I absolutely love it. So why should ruby developers consider using ruby mine? Ruben. Mine is an ID that said it has all essential tools that help you go. More efficiently. It offers powerful Golden, said features such as gold. Completion Golden Education language, specific inspections will quick success refectory in editor, Weekday Communication Remind provides a test runner debater visa supporter I could go for hours. It's basically everything you need to develop and Ruby only monoplace. Now I agree I really and I should say this as well that jeopardizes not a sponsor of the podcast I was excited to have Natalie on. Just because I've been a user of the tool for so long and really there isn't many tools out there like ruby mine, and what's fascinating about jet brains is Ruby mine yeses further ruby on rails community, but they have a solution for pretty much every market out there. My partner writes PHP foles full time and he uses PHP storm. Yeah actually it's pretty easy to transfer from one idea to another for example. If you want to learn a new language or try something you, you can just switch to a different Gebran tie, and you'll be like at home.
Atlanta rapper Playboi Carti arrested on drug, traffic charges in Clayton County
"Rapper playboi carti busted in Clayton county on drug and traffic charges deputies stopped his Lamborghini Thursday county sheriff Victor hill says Friday the initial stop was for an expired tag inside the car deputies found twelve bags of pot three guns Xamax codeine and oxycodone the man is now out of jail
WSPA news time to %HESITATION
"Rapper playboi carti busted in Clayton county on drug and traffic charges deputies stopped his Lamborghini Thursday county sheriff Victor hill says Friday the initial stop was for an expired tag inside the car deputies found twelve bags of pot three guns Xamax codeine and oxycodone the man is now out of jail
Atlanta rapper Playboi Carti arrested on drug, traffic charges in Clayton County
"Rapper playboi carti busted in Clayton county on drug and traffic charges deputies stopped his Lamborghini Thursday county sheriff Victor hill says Friday the initial stop was for an expired tag inside the car deputies found twelve bags of pot three guns Xamax codeine and oxycodone the man is now out of jail
Rapper Juice WRLD died of oxycodone and codeine overdose
"Four we have an official cause for the sudden death of rapper juice world and it is drug related many were shocked and saddened at the sudden death of twenty one year old rapper Jews world last month now is that's been ruled an accidental overdose the result of too much oxy code own and Cody in the system says the cook county coroner in Chicago usual died after going into seizures at Chicago's midway airport while federal agents were searching and stuff he reportedly swallowed a bunch of Percocet to try to hide them from the feds and he did open before about his use of coding cough
Site Reliability at DEV with Molly Struve
"Bali street is lead site reliability engineer at Dev the company company that runs the blogging website. Dev Dot to during her time working in the software industry. She's had the opportunity to work on some challenging problems. These include scaling elastic elastic search. Starting my sequel databases in creating an infrastructure that can grow as fast as a boomerang business when not making systems run faster. She can be found fulfilling her need for speed by riding and jumping her show horses. Welcome to the PODCAST. Molly thank you so much for having me. I'm excited to be here. Azam I- Somali. What is your developer Alfred Origin Story? So I kind of have a little bit of a roundabout story I started coating when I was in high school and then ended up going to college and when I got to college I actually thought you know what I'm going to be a software engineer. My Dad was an electrical engineer. And it kind of felt if not right so white enrolled in the software engineering one. Oh one class basically and has. I'm taking this class. I have a neighbor and he's taking the intruder the aerospace class and every day. He comes running over. He goes. Guess what we get to build. We built a racket or we get to build a parachute shoot and I got myself. Wow that sounds way more exciting than typing on the keyboard so I ended up switching into to the aerospace glass. I got a degree in aerospace engineering. Which I would not trade for anything? It was so much fun But then from there you're I actually went into the family business of trading options on stock market. So I did that for two years and as I was doing that Hall of that exciting stuff was going on in Silicon Valley. FACEBOOK was starting instagram twitter. All those companies were really just getting going and and I looked at my side. Wow they're really building stuff that's changing how we interact with each other and that sounds way more exciting then betting which way the stock market's going to move so I quit my job which was a pretty bold move considering it was the family business. I was Biz. Basically guarantee not jobs the rest of my life and I spent three months Teaching Myself Web development with the Michael hurdle to`real and basically that's kind kind of what got it all going. I got an internship after that at a small startup and kind of the rest is history. That is an incredible story and so exciting that you got started. With the hurdles who to`real I think a lot of listeners are going to relate to that story a lot so molly you're I site reliability engineer on the show which is really exciting can can you actually unpack without role entails definitely so a site reliability engineer which you may also here as referred to Sr e in my opinion my definition. Because there's a lot of different definitions and it really kind of depends on what company you're at. My definition of a site. Reliability engineer is a developer whose primary focus is on the reliability stability and scale ability of a website. It's also developer. That kind of has the ability to really step back and take a look at the big picture like the overall architecture. Sure of a website so a lot of times as a software engineer. You're just kind of your in there and you're getting a future build and you might be an controller. You might be a model. You're you're in a little piece of code and you're just focused on that piece of code as a site reliability engineer. My job is to step back and look it out. All all the code pieces fit together and how they interact with all the other pieces of the infrastructure databases servers things like that. And so oh you kind of have to have that ability to really get that that big picture in order to help you do your job. Another thing that I think is also super. Were helpful to anyone in the field is a lot of us. Have some sort of additional knowledge pass just web development or pass jus- this coating for example semes- horry's are really good with certain databases. I happen to be really good with elastic. Search and rescue those are kind of my strengths. other SRA's might be have strengths on the operation side working with Lenox or some other rob rating system. So I think kind of that overall the site reliability and jeers a developer but with just a little bit of extra kind of knowledge college and perspective on top. Do you find yourself in the code base. A lot or there are other tools that you're utilizing ordered to know whether or not the code is you you know really able to take load handle performance. What is the day in the life? Look for you. Yeah so that's a great question I am in the code base a lot Especially at my new job at Dev were really just kind of getting going with site reliability and so a lot of that means making the code reliable reliable and stable Once you get kind of past that point again that code in our reliable stable you know place then you kind of you look at things like the databases infrastructure etc But in terms of determining whether something's reliable whether it scale walk Cetera you definitely have to set up a good moderate infrastructure around it and so that's honestly one of the big products I'm working on a death is is setting up a monitoring infrastructure. So I can get a clear picture of what the application is doing. What happens when we get a big surge of traffic? What happens ends when we run this job and it kicks off a ton of other jobs? How does that affect the database? So if you don't have those monitoring tools than as an essary it's it's it's really hard to do your job because you can make a guess at what you think is going to add to the performance or improve performance but unless you really close that feedback loop and get that feedback that says okay. This is improving performance. It's it makes very hard to do your job. So monitoring is definitely a big part of of my day to day the and one in currently setting up at at debt. which is it's pretty exciting? Once you get it all set together. The insights you can get for Mitt are in my opinion very exciting to see see already offers some excellent advice where you said that a lot of SRA's have specialization whether it be elastic search. Res- like yourself. Maybe it's hosting devops anything like that. If any of our listeners would be interested in a career path into site reliability. What do you recommend they take the first step so what I like to tell? People who are interested in Missouri is become a developer. I spend a couple of years years really honing your coding skills your software development skills and getting familiar with different databases. Like I said My. My definition of a necessary is a developer. Who's got a little bit more up the big perspective the you know possible specialization database this etc.? So because of that the way I view in `sorry I think you really have to have the solid foundation of coating before you can move into necessary focus role so I think it's good for people who wanted to start as a back end. Death and religious get familiar with the technology is get familiar with codeine and then after a couple years of that really laying that solid foundation then shift towards you know something more. SRA
The 9 Worst Cruise Packing Mistakes
"Are the nine Worst Paki mistakes that cruises can and do make that could also get them into a lot of trouble? I'm Gary Benbridge image. This is another of my tips for travelers. I'm an explorer. Nine packing mistakes. That could end up getting you into a lot of trouble starting with this. This one drugs bringing drugs could get you into trouble. Now there's the obvious ones which are illegal drugs and people have been caught on. Cruise ships surprised pricing often. It's awfully even in the last year. There were a couple age. Seventy one in seventy two called Roger and sue clock some pensioners from the UK that were arrested in Lisbon carrying many kilograms. Twenty pounds of cocaine. They got up to eight years also the same year. There were two men arrested trying to bring drugs on board the allure of the seas in Miami and other famous case where Gruber calls who are known as the instagram crews drug Babes where arrested in Sydney trying to you smell drugs on Princess cruises so obviously of course bring on board illegal drugs is a big issue however you also need to be extremely careful with prescription genre even over the counter drugs because in some places you cruising to humanity find that they're also illegal so for example in cruising to Dubai the United Arab Emirates. It's there's a lot of drugs which can get very simply are illegal so any drugs for example with Codeine so even very simple drugs like tylenol. Arthritis Relief Leaf is illegal in that country and get you in trouble. Gentlemen was arrested and held in prison for many months for trying to bring Tamaz Japan into the United Arab Emirates in Japan again. There's lots of restrictions as well so even sudafed for example you haven't issuing Indians Japan so very important if you're gonNA cruise and you have either. OTC drugs your drugs. You just pulled over the counter check that you can actually bring those into the country particularly disembarking and if you have a prescription drug that you take with you. My big strong tip is keep it in the original packaging so they can see your name. And ideally also have a copy of your prescription or or letter from your doctor but be careful those very simple drugs that you bring on board could get you into a lot of trouble the secondary that could get you into trouble if you packed them all remote control devices or things that can be launched authorship so very simple balloons are no longer allowed most cruise lines. You can't bring balloons onboard because the concern and that you'll release those balloons authorship and it will endanger marine life if you want to bring a drone on a cruise you pretty much excluded by all cruise lines. I've tried many times to get drones is on board very few Cruz. Actually even let you bring them on board some cruise lines will let you hand them over to security and they will let you when you get on and off the ship but pretty much. Every single cruise ship will ban drones ban also things like remote controlled aircraft at the time of according war. Caribbean and Carnival are the only the ones that will let you bring drones on board normally. Keep them with security and they will let you use them when you head off on a port. I've tried many times with cruise lines to bring my journal on board and even with lots of guarantees working even with the PR teams. It is refused what will happen. is you'll find is confiscated and you want to get it back back at the end of the cruise the third area that could cause problems for you is not packing for the dress code depending on the cruise you go on. They will have different restriction. So if you're heading for example on a very formal cruise so you could be on Cunard or it could be princess how America. They have formal nights where they're required for example. Gentlemen to to wear jackets normally with a tie or Tuxedo. That require ladies very elegant gowns. So you can't get into any of the key dining venues without that dress code also some cruise lines are also not let you go into the public areas. They won't even let you watch the show or go to the casino. Whatever if you're not in the dress codes are really important to make sure that you've you've packed for the dress code of course the converse if you're getting a nice relaxed cruise you don't want to be bringing all your fancy gear because you may get a chance to wear it? Also very importantly understand if there's any other restrictions so for example one or two cruise lines have banned fancy dress. This is after the head of hollered problems with probably not inappropriate. Fancy onto dress so some cruise lines are really strict around fancy dress and clothing basically with slogans. They will only let you bring on fancy dress. Relevant to a particular theme and those themes tend to be inaugurals like White Knight Party or Red White and blue so also bear mind. You might not be able to bring that fancy dress also depending where you're going don't pack camouflage gear get some islands. Even in the Caribbean will not let you wear camouflage gear out and about so really important. Understand the dress code. Also if you or your kids have have things like those shoes of the wheels on most cruise lines. Also don't allow those so when you're packing. Also have I think around the dress code and also check. If you're particularly cruise line has is any quirks Robert jacomb worse. For example some cruise lines will let you wear jeans a dark smart jeans a faded or ripped jeans so that's something really important to bear in mind. The dress code another really big packing mistake that I have seen a lot of people make is packing valuables and things that they really don't want to lose in their check in bags. Make sure that you keep all of those in your carry on bags. I've had people contact me talking about. They've had really valuable equipment in the checking comebacks which is gone missing or been damaged and then they've had no recourse for those so many important things. I could passports medications if you've got camera equipment laptops smartphones. Anything that is valuable even your precious jewels if you're taking those somebody's on a cruise with you so really important if you have anything anything valuable whether it's even sentimental value keep that with you in your carry on bags. Do not put it in the bags that you had in another important. No no when it comes to packing. He's turned pack anything. That has an open flame or is flammable. So you can't bring fireworks or anything like that but also you can't bring candles you. You comprehend incense burners so anything with live. Flames are not allowed on a cruise ship. Fire is the thing that cruises and captains and crew fear more more than anything else. It is the most dangerous thing to happen at sea so all lifelines are banned for example. You might have seen in a restaurant. They have little fake AAC flames and things like that to avoid having live flames. The only time you'll ever see live flames is one of those cruises where they do some Flam Base Crepe Suzette doc whatever at your table and then they're really strictly controlled with a fire blanket and fire extinguishers and all that kind of stuff so so anything. That's even vaguely flammable. Do not pack in your bags. Next is also a little bit linked to that. You can't bring on pretty much any crews anything anything that has some sort of heating element to it so you find whilst most cruise lines we'll let you bring on board hairdryers not all of them. Some of the might even let you bring on curling tongs but or them. But you can't bring on. Things like ions travel irons. Kettles coffee makers hot plates anything bizarre like that. And he's got a heating element. You cannot bring that on board also very important if you are traveling with kids very young kids and you need a bottle sterilizer or about a warmer check of your cruise line. Let you bring that. So for example Zomba's Disney does not allow parents to bring on sterilize bottles. They require you to either work with your cabin steward or you. You can talk to guest relations and they will give you some equipment. But you can't bring your own on board so anything that's got a heating element doping on board. Because they will check for that they will scream for that and they will will confiscate it. Also if you're heading off on a celebrate recruits Christmas or something like that you can't even bring those light strings of Christmas slides and things like that. They will not let you bring on board. The next packing mistake is around packing anything that is or could be perceived as has being some kind of weapon or could be used as weapons. This is very important because all though there's the obvious things you can't bring shotguns and pistols that that kind of stuff will big long knives knives with you. There's a bunch of things that you might end up bring on board. That could get into trouble without realizing it so for example comping on board replicas so if your kids have converted could guns or whatever you probably find those are not allowed you combine those on board. There's also loss of restrictions on self defense equipment so if you perhaps want to bring some handcuffs with you for whatever reason or pepper spray those kind of things. You can't bring those either with you but surprisingly you also can't bring sing along things that are actually sports equipment. That could be used as weapons so you can't bring things like cricket bats baseball bats anything that looks like a club. Basically really you'll find that cruise lines will not let you bring on board. If they find that in your luggage they will take it out and they will confiscate it and give it to you at the end of the cruise if it comes comes to things like knives and sharp objects most of the rules that you can't bring any knife that is longer than four inches long or at. That's around about ten centimeters. The only only exception to that are there's old-fashioned safety razors but again if you're bringing on board you might find. You have some difficulties so anything that's perceived as or could be a weapon is restricted and would be a big mistake to pack. Another big. Packing mistake is bringing too much alcohol with you now. I have done a video before. We're talk about the great lengths. That people the go-to to smuggle booze on board most cruise lines will allow you to bring either one or sometimes two bottles of wine or champagne on board with you per person within your luggage. Anything over that they will clamp down on and they will take it away so if you're out on an excursion and you're going to winery or orders buying some alcohol spirits wine champion. Whatever it is when you come back on board the cruise line will take that away from you? And they'll hold it till the end of the cruise so so very important. When you're packing? You need to be really careful. About how much booze you bring on board some cruise lines. Even restrict things like water sewed code. Is that kind of stuff so make sure you really understand what you are allowed to pack. So you don't get into trouble. My next tip is around the whole area of musical equipment and instruments pretty much every single cruise line will allow you to bring on board musical instrument and you are allowed to play that unless they get complaints so you can bring on board musical instruments and you can play those in your cabin. Don't play them out on deck I've been on crispy with it and it's really annoying And is Sydney. Why is going to irritate eight other passengers when it comes to things like things playing music you'll find that pretty much every cruise line will not let you pack and bring big boom inboxes? They will let you bring on board smaller musical devices which they ask that you only play within your cabin. You can listen to music music out on deck with if phones you complex out loud you are. Ernest has played with new cabinet again. If you get complaints from your neighbors it will be taken away from you. I've done a video before about music. Music being played on balconies music player balconies is not something that cruise lines will encourage or in fact. If you get complaints you will find your equipment to taken away from you when packing for crews really important. That your Voi- these mistakes are you. Don't get yourself into a pickle and into trouble. These are the nine mistakes that I have seen. People make all all the time and they some of them are quite easy to make.
Luggage from Juice WRLD's plane contained 41 bags of suspected marijuana, police say
"New details coming out about the death of a twenty one year old rapper choose world died just a short time after his private jet landed at Chicago's midway airport we don't know investigators are working on a tip had actually met the aircraft to search it for firearms law enforcement along with the police dog discovering in the luggage six prescription bottles of suspected it liquid codeine three guns and forty one bags of marijuana reportedly weighing seventy pounds as investigators as search the plane the twenty one year old rapper whose real name was Jerry Higgins began to have a medical emergency seizures report according to TMZ the rapper may have ingested several pain killers in an attempt to hide them from authorities authorities telling us they administered two doses of nor can a drug which can counteract an overdose before Higgins was rushed from the airport to a hospital where he later died authorities say there were no name tags on that
Codeine, 41 bags of marijuana found in luggage when rapper Juice WRLD collapsed
"And we're learning more about the sudden death of rapper juice world the twenty one year old died after he reportedly swallowed a number of Percocet pain killers to hide them from police as they searched his luggage for drugs and guns in a hangar inside Chicago's midway airport on Sunday a search of the luggage aboard the rapper's jet yielded seventy pounds of marijuana and six bottles of prescription codeine cough syrup which contains opioids consumption of the pills likely contributed to the rapper's death resulting in a possible overdose shortly afterwards he began convulsing and then suffered a seizure before he died at the hospital an
BBC pulls podcasts from Google Assistant and Google Podcasts
"Is the BBC. I don't have access to that podcast anymore. The BBC have blocked access to its podcasts by Google and BBC podcasts and no longer available on Google podcasts. Google assistant and Google. Search our special reports, which will linked to from our show notes, and our newsletter notes that this may be the beginning of the end of free and open podcasting. Sixty eight percent of podcast listeners believed that the medium contributes to their intellectual growth. A new podcast called note. Cast allows listeners to capture snippets of podcast conversations as digital notes and lets them annotate them further. Listening to podcasts on Amazon. Alexa, isn't always a great experience. Gear brain has written up better ways to do it on your smart speaker willing to that from our newsletter and from our show notes as well as a new podcast app pulled crypt which enables you to automatically or manually. Donate to. Verified podcasts based strictly on time. Listened the service uses crypto currency and pod news is on the service. And our theory of ide- is in our main description as requested Stitcher have announced a raft of new podcasts. Joining the network is actor and comedian as if man v husband and wife GIO devali and codeine Ellis and Bill Nye the science guy. Transcribe meow is an app to help podcasters transcribed their podcasts right meow, and congratulations to Morris Wheeler who is Hubbard broadcasting's new manager of corporate podcasting strategy
LG’s latest flagship uses your hand veins to unlock
"Well, L jeez. Also in the mex- announcing things that might be crazy might be genius. Let's unpack them and decide for ourselves. One is hand ide-. Meaning your hand is the password, which is actually what LG's tagline reads the forthcoming L G G eight phone uses its three D sensor not only for face unlock. But also to read your palms, shape, thickness and even vein patterns. This lets you unlock the phone by holding your hand over it. It can also recognize a few hand gestures to control apps. The has a speaker in the screen and a headphone Jack as well. Here's the second genius were perhaps crazy. Coming out of an accessory for L. Jeez. I five G phone the v. Fifty. Thank you. The v fifty has an update to the existing v forty platform and aside from five G adds a larger four thousand Mila emp battery a Snapdragon eight fifty five processor and a bitter codeine system. The accessory is called dual screen which attach is like a phone case. And then adds a second six point two inch allegis way that runs off the beef fifties battery the dual screen ads for two at multitasking can also be used as a separate keyboard or a game controller and will come initially to sprint in the coming months and eventually to resin over the summer, the dual screen accessory will be sold international with no planned US release list. Not now exact pricing a release date. It's also not announced.
"codeine" Discussed on Learn to Code with Me
"How were you educating yourself like did you take any online courses? Did you read any books? What were you doing? So I actually I finished college while I would had taken the delivered. Job. I think I had taken it may be a month before and then I finished up school. So in my degree. It was web, design and development. So is getting those classes in, you know, h l and CSS Java script, and he H P which luckily PHP is what male chimps written off of. So that experience having those classes there for my degree program was a huge help. But in terms of cyber security when I took the job I had really no experience other than an interest. I have an eye on blogs. And I would read about it. And I had done some research on the top ten that. I actually tried to vote up before by interview on. But luckily, since I was doing the apprenticeship program, the expectation on what a understood about cybersecurity was really low, and I really appreciated that and I find a lot of companies when they do recruit internally for information. Security that expectation is relatively low. They're mostly looking for a passion and interest, and not understanding you to come in and be able to, you know, pen test a server or a automatically start patching vulnerabilities in the location. So that's one of the great things about transferring to cyber security, and there's not a whole lot of college programs that are offering cyber security so most people don't have a formal education. Most of it self taught between reading blogs following other people in security at showing interest in their company and getting that hands on experience. I will say though, there has been a lot more interest in cyber security. So I'm seeing more of these, you know, codeine schools and training programs popping up. There's a lot more of these, you know, hack the box type activities, we learn how to pen passed and there's some really great blogs on secure coding..
"codeine" Discussed on WLAC
"It's okay. They thought I was having a stroke, so call my son and daughter-in-law who my daughter-in-law is was practicing medicine at the hospital. They took me to the university hospital. Nonetheless, I knew that I was in a bad shape because I said. It was everything was just kind of black. And I said something is definitely wrong with me. I can't wake up. I can't wake up. So I was telling my son and daughter-in-law call an ambulance calling could talk you could talk to them. Barely at that time. I just got the words out. Yeah. Second talk to them. Yeah. When we got there, they immediately had everything ready. Put all these kids and all that stuff than me. And they gave me an idea, of course, because I was totally dehydrated because the side effect of a sleeping pill. I found out later is incontinence. So they put an IV, and you know, these other machines to check on me thinking, she has a stroke gonna check that out. Nonetheless. After they put the IV and the rest of the pill. I guess it started dissolving slightly, and I started spinning, and that's that's the effect. I have with codeine which I had a small thing back in the seventies. When I had a minor operation. Awesome hospital. Nonetheless. I was spinning around and spinning around and. Was looking around. And I said where am I looked like a cave? But then when I drop down to my feet, I said, this isn't a, but I don't see any stalagmite tights. And I walked to the other. On the wall. And I said, oh, I'm in a salt mine, and I could see.
"codeine" Discussed on WRVA
"We're just hitting everything we had insulting the president in the last hour. And then the last half hour we had immigration now. We're going to talk about pot pot in Virginia specifically. There's a democratic state Senator name Adam Eban who plans to reintroduce a Bill that would decriminalize simple marijuana possession in Virginia and provide a maximum civil penalty a fifty dollars for a first violation. The state's current law carries a jail sentence of up to thirty days and a maximum fine of five hundred dollars for first violation. Let me just throw this straight out of the gate three or four five eleven forty three four five eleven forty. What do you think about that? The idea of decriminalizing it not making it legal. But decriminalizing it basically means that if you're caught for the first time with simple possession that you're not going to be sent to jail, and you're not going to be as high so the maximum civil penalty would be fifty dollars for a first violation. No jail time. Currently it's jail of up to thirty days and a maximum fine of five hundred dollars for a first-time violation. I want to know what you think of the idea of decriminalizing it three or four five eleven forty now. I'm really gonna make your brain explode. Because. I wanna go on record saying I have never done pot. I have never done any illegal drug ever in my entire life. I did that deliberately wasn't because I wasn't given the opportunity. It was because I made the moral decision that that was not right for me. I don't believe in it. As far as it was not in my moral code for me to partake of that. I am now. However to the point that I say legalize it across the board tax the heck out of it. Regulated make some money off of it. And let's just become the next Colorado. Okay. I'm serious. If nothing else at least go for medical marijuana because it is proven. All it is is an herb. It's an herb like so many other herbs out there that are used as medicine. Yeah. It might make you a little wonky sodas codeine, and it's legal. Three four five eleven forty three four five eleven forty. So this is gonna come up in our next legislators at Lech legislative session that starts the general assembly January, ninth and supporters of decriminalization are hoping that the momentum will continue and that state Senator added an avid, Adam Evans plans will continue tracing. Adam Evan twelve times fast. It is not easy. Supporters say it's going to be difficult to get Republican support for the Bill and some prosecutors in some police remain opposed to decriminalization I used to be one of those people that was opposed to decriminalization. I'm now to the point where I just say, you know, what Chuck it. People are doing it. And that is not to say, oh, well if they're doing it. Anyway, we might as well. Make it easy for them know what I'm saying is make money off of it tax. It regulate it like crazy and make money off of it. Just like you do alcohol. The war on drugs is not working prohibition. Did not work. Alcohol makes you far loopier. Then marijuana does from what I know. Again. I've never done the stuff. But I want to know what you think at three or four five eleven forty three four five eleven forty Stephen in Dinwiddie. Hi, you're on NewsRadio w RV. Hi, steven. I'd say in total agreement with you about that criminalizing. Just don't think it's a good idea ruins my life or a little bit of pot conservative is get comes up to a vote. I'm voting. Yes. For it. Absolutely because conservatives believe in common sense. And some of this is just a common sense issue. The idea of putting somebody behind bars for simple possession, and we're not talking distribution simple possession. But the idea of putting them in the same jail block as a murderer is ludicrous. Thanks so much for the call. I appreciate how are things in Dinwiddie. By the way, I used to live in Dinwiddie. It's pretty slow. Daddy, monitor newspaper still in existence. I couldn't tell you. Well, do you know I used to be the editor of the Dinwiddie monitor you newspaper years and years and years ago? No idea. About three years ago, and I never picked up a newspaper sits up in. Well, you have w lead. But you have wer VA so you don't need to. So very good. Thanks so much for the call. I appreciate it. Thomas in Richmond. High Thomas, you're on NewsRadio w RV. What do you think? I agree and disagree with you on the vase, and because it's only a revenue builder or whatever locale does it. It leads to really really bad things like stop and frisk because you can't have pot unless you're close. No. And as far as legalizing marijuana. I'm a business owner, I employ people by putting them in bands that Dr elderly people around. And my insurance company, it's really really gonna frown on me hiring pot smokers. Well, it doesn't change any of reg stuff. No. But you can drug test as it is. I mean, right. It it it it it always ends up hurting the areas where it's illegal. It starts off by hurting the job growth because I can't you if you if you if you're going to be dirty. Yeah. But see people are already dirty on legal stuff, and they don't get hired and nor should they. So I'm saying the same would apply. Turns the decriminalization into a revenue builder. The city of Richmond. Because it leads into other stuff like stop and frisk. I'm not fun. I have to be close enough to you. To know that you have marijuana on you for me to even give you the fifty dollars ticket marijuana, but you have. Oh, I have to stop you for another reason, but you already through smell pot your honor. But you already have to be close enough to have the have the violation as it is. I'm not I'm not it becomes a revenue builder. And I don't think that. In DC. Okay. Okay. Us are inside voice. We're going to use our inside. But no, you don't one second me. I'm the host. We're gonna use our inside voice. We're gonna stop interrupting each other. I'm gonna let you say one more sentence. Okay. Okay. Stop by. That officer does not take my party gives me a citation for the fifty bucks radio to another officer. Hey, I stopped the guy in the black and white got on it. Give them another ticket. I'm still not following you. I appreciate your call. I really really do. Okay. Let's go to Allen and Henrico high Allen, you're on NewsRadio W R V a good afternoon. Enjoying your show. Thank you just wondered what affects what state law making possession legal effector federal rights to own a weapon clearly on the application. So if you use marijuana. You would give up your right to possess a weapon in your home. I'd like to know what you think about that. And thanks, you know, I hadn't thought about that repeat that for me again. Need to let that sink in possess a weapon in the state of Virginia. The questions is on the application. So. The people are trying to make this legal. Or not letting people know that if you do participate in using marijuana even though it state-approved it's still against a federal law to own a possession or possess a weapon with the use of marijuana. So anybody that's flying to Colorado and pull out your Virginia driver's license combined some marijuana coming back. They're keeping you on record and can probably come and take your weapons when they want to well amendments pretty strict about the drug usage, and when you fill out an application. It ask you at your honor to choose whether you want to lie to a federal authority or not. That's a very interesting perspective. And I remember being in Nevada, and I was in Reno and right across the street from the casino that I was at was a pot store. And I asked just for the heck of it not not for my own personal use. I was just curious. What happens if you legally smoke pot in Nevada, and you go. Back to Virginia where it's illegal and the answer from the legal expert that I asked was you would still get busted in Virginia. For example, if you were given a drug test a urine test, and you tested positive that you would still get busted because you did it and you were physically where it was illegal when the drug test was taken. So I would assume that that same logic would apply. More of your calls coming up. The conversation continues on NewsRadio WR VA. I'm Carla cash in for Jeff Katz? Are on sale now for the biggest sports events of the new year in Richmond. It's west western friends with award winning sports tacos to west McElroy along with Richmond natives SuperBowl champion. Michael Robinson had college football champion and NFL legendary coach Bobby Ross.
Doctor charged with involuntary manslaughter, illegally prescribing opioids
"Dose short acting oxycodone prescriptions. Among all mass health providers in the state. He's charged with multiple counts of illegally, prescribing controlled substances, Medicaid fraud and one count of involuntary manslaughter for the death of a patient medical examiner says that patient died from the combined effects of morphine codeine and a. Arbiture it all of which they say were prescribed by Dr Miron. Prosecutors say the doctor knew of the patients prior history of drug addiction and overdose. Massachusetts attorney general calling this the first opioid overdose related manslaughter charge against the doctor in state history. The search continues for three people believed to be trapped deep inside an abandoned. West Virginia coal mine. Four people were reported missing Saturday one got out Monday night, investigators the other three were still alive and Bill inside the mind read has more from near the mind
How Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie Really Feel About Their Custody Agreement
"Be uncomfortable for everybody at this point. I know. Well, I kind of was looking at what people were saying about it. And what it did fifty fifty people think half of the people think Brandon is team has been lying and sugar codeine, and then other people that that she was to public in the beginning. And then the courts filled them to stop and. I just think no. I want it all to go away. And I wished the kids the best. Yep. Some people than the other thing is Angelinos about protecting his kids. The kids Brad was more about protecting his images image. Because why did he have to do so much smearing of the mother of his children not coming from him sources close show that OPR kale thing? Yeah. If you're just joining us Laurean ironclad hosting ask. No, thank goodness. Wait. Let me read the story. Breaking news. Kevin is doing it. L A and Julia they came to us. Eleven hours too late. We posted Ellen Degeneres. She's apparently done a comedy special for Netflix called. I know she she got the money, but I long time longtime her since two thousand and three so we keep in your wake there recession. You'll get you weren't case put somebody heard the intake. Now. Thanks for bringing it up. Yeah. No. I heard it. I just thought everyone else stick is. It was just a you're waking up we heard oxygen. Yes. They're very moment. Look at that. And if you want to know what the most tweeted about TV shows were SNL Roseanne, Grey's anatomy, the Walking Dead big brother, and the voice also the parolee calendar. Great photos posted that. Oh, yeah. I'm glad you didn't poke post the coffin. The naked nano. Parolee they're wary who's any famous young. How did I think is the I get paid a lot of money to pose with a tire? Yeah. Well, why don't you do campaign for that? Because that's not something that's going to happen. The other thing was going to happen either. But you know, all right, listen, we come back. We gotta Holly in the dirt alert mytalk one zero
"codeine" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Was and is tough to overcome alongside heroin other derivatives of opium were developed as painkillers because opium and opiates are still some of. The most potent can't affective painkillers available Oxycontin codeine Heidrick. Kodo and some of the more common opiates. Available in pill form they all have. A high potency and you're all addicted Commonalities of all opioids Rb euphoric affects the ability to kill pain. And the withdrawals that come with trying to break often We've all heard before about narcotics and what it can do He's learning the hard way drug trafficking continues to thrive in the greater Indianapolis area report from nineteen seventy six talks. About heroin among other drugs that we're a plague in Indiana Forty years ago it was a problem, but not yet a national emergency spread now has long ceased being solely a black inner-city problem now prevalent in suburbia conservative estimates indicate some one thousand known dealers. In this area make a half million dollars a week selling narcotics police still faced some of the. Same problems then that they face now not enough money to do the. Job, Charles Williams played police narcotics division describes Indianapolis as a sort of crossroads of America for drug traffic they are not police officers to handle the action that goes on to consequently the outlying communities you'll, save on coming in here. Making a purchase yet what they didn't understand yet general is that addiction is a disease and not just a crime problem and even some business.
"codeine" Discussed on Not So Standard Deviations
"But then I mean, everyone needs some creativity in the works. I wonder if for them the fun parts like the codeine designing, you know, quote, unquote, designing software to solve the problem, or you know, there's gotta be something in there just like wrote. Definitely. I think this is an aspect of this in many different parts of the science big. You're right that designing the analysis specifically, are the narrative are making the business, you know, like going. So I think in the past I've been like a good, not good. That's not the right word. But you know, as a data scientist, you know. Like you should be trying to influence decision making or even like the person making the decision. And I think people have varying levels of comfort with that. Like maybe they really don't wanna be making the decision about what their companies should do or they're, you know, university or even like in the the sort of research team should do the. Yeah. So the discovered with of the problem with e books kit Tilleke would were you are totally position, twelve thousand look at. So that's true. People are going to jump around we. So anyway, there's a couple of sections in the book and there's the for the first main section is asking designers what they do or are watching. Ask me, this is what they do. The site, the chapter, the chucks are the very sections in the chapter. Excuse me. And then the next one after that is kind of. Is deconstructing what designers do. And he talks, he talks a lot about skit, the role of sketching. And how the how designers had this kind of happened habit of sketching and thinking and kind of going back and forth with sketches. And I think I think we have, we don't. Well, I think we may dated it in Alice may sometimes literally sketch, I think in the early stages, but like we have other forms of that. I think I think you and I talked about how we have other forms of sketching when it comes to the data itself. Yeah, no, absolutely. Yeah. The graphing basically. Right. I think looking at mabul results is sort of analogous to sketching. Right? I think I think this is one of those areas where it's like. We, we make all kinds of graph data graphics, for example, in our work, but not all data graphics or are made for the same purpose. Right. And so like for the kind of feel for this, a lot of the plots that we may or lease the plots that I make are functionally sketches. And and the goal there is like make them quickly kind of cycle through a lot of them into kind of. And because part of the other kind of theme here is the idea that you need to propose a solution to understand the problem. And so so part of this, this kind of sketching so to speak is about, like, you know, making a partial solution just to kind of understand the problem a little bit better and that process has to be it's helps if it's rapid and so from little sketching appoint, it's easy. It's quick to just kind of whip out a pencil and paper and just kind of write something down because you're not like creating some sort of masterpiece right? Where I think the same is true if you want a tool for example. Yeah, we talk a lot about GD plot, for example, you tool where you can kind of whip this stuff together quickly has this reasonable quality, but it at least gives you a sense of kind of like a.
Google employees demand more oversight of China search engine plan
"Google has been working on a search engine designed specifically for, users in China but those efforts aren't being met well by, some, Google employees Larry what's going, on the employees the reacting. To a project, it's codeine Dragonfly which reportedly has been underway since last year that would create a censored search. Changing in China the allegations are that Google CEO has been meeting with Chinese officials and has agreed, or if disgust at least creating this new search Engine that would allow the Chinese government to have some influence over what is seen as you probably. Know China looks looks poorly at positive things about dissident and other things that it tries to censor and so. If Google were to do. This, and I don't believe they've announced anything. Simply. Things that have been floating around as, a a reported rumor if they. Were to do this that would be something that a, lot, of employees would object to and it. Would go against. What the company has already pledged. That it doesn't want to do business, with China if it requires censorship and looking. The other way to certain totalitarian activities Larry wasn't all. That long. Ago twenty ten when Google pulled out of China concerns about totalitarianism that's right, and and for brand who is one of the cofounders famously, talked, about why they did that, and so you know Google's. Motto it's unofficial, motto youth to be don't do evil I think it dropped out of the motto but the. Point is that a lot of the employees have taken that to heart and the, other part of, this story which I find very Interesting. If it employees are willing to go forward and and make their case to management, this isn't the first time that's happened not too long ago they, complained that management with doing business, with the defense department using artificial intelligence as a weapon and a, lot of people felt that with wrong and they got Google to agree not to renew that contract so employees. Have their Fe and that's part of the Silicon Valley tradition China is. Such a big market there's all. You're giving up a lot to not be involved there absolutely. I I. Can imagine the tension, within the company if Google is going to expand significantly it has to. Open up new markets, in China, is one of the very few, extremely large Newmark. Infected it it works everything else if they. Could get China it would have Eugene pack but at what price morally and
David Spade Recalls Kate Spade's Beautiful Spirit One Month After Her Death
"Pain morphine and codeine in a system along with heroin and alcohol. And of course, his mother, says I still can't pick up, the pieces my world totally stopped and I'm a different person than I was before yeah as. Any, parent who's lost a child can attest absolutely and I I the thing I will I the thing I want to honor. About her talking about this, is I think to Bradley's point it is an important piece of information that. People need to have totally is, both you know, people who have struggled with. Addiction but also people who are working closely and and prescribing to people. Who have struggled with addiction yeah that needs to be an open dialogue should be asking questions Absolutely everybody ruined yeah How do you? Feel about using this is this something you're comfortable with, and then following along if if and when they do decide to, take to, take, it you know, again for all people, this is not a it's it's nothing to be taken lately is the bottom line thankful to her for talking openly and honestly about that because I, think it's going to I think adding voice to that is. Going to be helpful David Spade was on, good Morning America today and he did he's. Doing a press tour he's talking about his new net flicks movie father of the. Year and his book and he was asked at the end of his interview by Robin Roberts how his family is coping with the tragedy of losing. His sister-in-law Cates, base and he said it's very sweet that everyone came out of the woodwork saying that she. Really made an impact and then he talked about so many of the women that he's, dated over the, years loved and admired Kate Spade said that they would always buy new wardrobe. Before. They met. Kate Oh my God There was just so much adoration. For Kate Spade he told that story very briefly and then got, very, emotional saying essentially he, will start bawling Sweat is. Awfully sad yeah sweet sweet you're right, but can you imagine I mean if gates but, if you're like dating Kate Spade she's in the? Family of course they're going to be like I. Can't just carry around and then you decide should I wear Kate, Spade, or should I not Is that. Like singing artists thong auditioning for, them on, the voice or something happening awkward duchess, Meghan is excited to. Show Prince Harry everything she loves during, a USO tour so they are planning to come, to the United States isn't that exciting tripping victims No they won't be but Megan will be introducing. Harry to everything he she loves about, the US I think that will be good for her. She's going to do some summer traveling here to see friends and family on her own and then be able to do an official Royal tour in the spring you gotta stay connected to your roots just think, about how different her life as it's crazy and the other story from people magazine is that she's trying to navigate that role and she's learning the ups and. Downs sources saying she has quickly adopted too many of the minutia of Royal do's. And don'ts but, she is found certain rules in the Royal household difficult, to understand like the fact that the Queen prefers women in dresses or. Skirts rather than. Trouser suits and she's often asking Harry why things have. To be done in a certain way they source saying. I. Think. She, finds it, a, little frustrating at times but. This is her new life and she has to deal with it that's fair enough? We find things about Royal protocol to be very confusing. We're not part of the Royal, family were just America exactly exactly well Elizabeth Ries yes. You.
"codeine" Discussed on WLAC
"Wasn't over prescribing drugs that left led to elvis's death i mean if it was if he was poisoned with codeine that would certainly exonerate dr neck would it not extent yeah i mean he certainly did a good job for many years he was prescribing doug service there's no doubt about that connect before he died he was insistent that nowadays the reasons he felt that it was a foul complaining that elvis had so you re story of something different entirely but but yes extent splits different focus on everything to a certain extent in my life cinta me a bit of a tragedy that someone like elvis was such a here with so many people should died in such such a spacious circumstances you know could it be that way datta heroes that he was trying to expose wrongdoing and he paid the price of that i mean you got a possibility that will put a very different ending on a kind of incredible life story well elvis had dr nick and michael jackson who will delve into here in a few moments as we head into a break michael jackson head doctor conrad murray another enabler we'll we'll talk about that as well when we come back david gardner is with us the author of murder lies and cover ups who killed marilyn monroe jfk michael jackson elvis presley and princess diana and just a reminder will open up the phone lines as well this half hour questions and comments for david gardner if you want to find out a little bit more about elvis's death marilyn monroe's death of circumstances surrounding michael jackson's shocking death just nine years ago we marked that anniversary back in may all right taking us into the break rufus thomas and all night worker right here on coast to coast am stay with us sign up now for coast zone are free email newsletters get it today at coast to coast am dot com you facebook just go to wnyc dot com click the taste oh.
"codeine" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Terrible sore throat i've had a cough syrup with cope with codeine but i guess it's not coating it something gets tough and he could the doctor wouldn't give it to me because they're so stringent not held accountable for the repercussions of 'cause i drink got it i really think you know what you're talking about very much i think we have a caller on the line hi this trish hi how are you trish did anybody ever call you trish nineteen seventythree engineers frying that that was so boring i'm clever trish what's up you got a question for one arar amazing x scott we've got john we got steve and we even have kristen everyone i am question i have a friend of mine i work as a nurse and i have a colleague who is a nurse and she's going through a divorce right now she has two boys now trying to get custody in the nets she using xanax too much and that she's gonna lose custody of the children because she's overdoing it on a zanex she takes a day popular advent about three milligrams a day that's not a problem i mean scott what do you say this sunny every day what are you we used to call it mother's little help of course mother's little speed but i heard van and it's usually comes in.
"codeine" Discussed on PRI's The World
"Oh yeah you won't be found was pretty shocking with found that new young adults even sometimes teenage is are now abusing with codeine in new you know how pudding parties and people go to nightclubs where they are sobbed codeine the problem is very very widespread like you mention just two states of defied ration account for three million to spidey and you have sixteen in the country while it was going to ask you i mean those two states are in the north conon ggonna stage to do they really mirror addiction rates and other parts of the country yes i would say in mural addiction rates across the country pops you may even have high of goes coming from a place like legals considering the population of lagos and considering legal is also the hot of deals polity industry in nigeria we have a lot of bosnian clubs and tells noces of places where people now tend to abuse them could him so what effect does this cough syrup with codeine have on a person like why is it so popular the effect thousand bodies debilitating makes you feel drowsy mixim few small unity walks early talks newly in it just doesn't make sense actually to me that anybody could have reasons to get to get i can cost up put in i mean there have been correlations established between depression and opioid abuse here in the us but is that the reason you you think this addiction to coating cost europe is happening in nigeria.
"codeine" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid
"Riffraff drinks at scissor yeah i wanted to watch so bad and i tried it before you just sleep it's officer up and you just knock out it's not that very expensive other rappers and coach coaching codeine drink and you mix it with soda and sugars drug i'd be great for your stomach yeah live i mean sodas so good for people die for anybody really put a jolly rancher and there's like a whole technique like you put the they call it lean but it's actually codeine syrup and you pour it in certain soda drink he put a jolly rancher and roll it dilutes perfectly to this syrup i've seen my boys do it it's whole science and then you just fall asleep i'm like well there's some guy in houston came came in in his name at he's like the originator everyone wants his like his shit and yeah kind of all the past is the high end one but that that codeine that's in that so expense seven hundred dollars for a bottle why seven hundred dollars for a bottle that's why wanted but it's you know yeah that bottle you'll get thousands of dollars crazy it's crazy man what else you have world sick fucking world this is a lighter one have you seen this dolphin actually hits a guy effort of the dolphin to do that don't use looks like i'll let you watch split chick was going for the friendly tap be no those guys paddle boarding onto the surf and some dolphins are heading towards him and one dolphin did he knew what he's doing.
"codeine" Discussed on The Tom Leykis Show
"And codeine conflicts my blood clot our power gotta go red toma for drinking bourbon and she maybe walking down the street and he sees a hot blonde and he says hey what do you say a little rock and she goes hello you little fuck back pretty german girl to the alley and she starts screaming nine nine three of the guys in her teenage con computers say single man as a married man is subdued you know a redneck murder for so hard to fall now all the dna matches and they're no dental records bill clinton favorite game to play with the i don't know all the leader w in wnba stand for i don't know why men die i and mary now because women don't have to live with women northridge about the myth is a kfc bouquet rudy the piece of shit apple joke about the apple at my friend bob i thought call in with that child emma dot com poser of final four black i b picking new i did see that poor bastard because we picking cotton to pay child support his blackboard away shit we're telling me taking committee on the way to get them data never got the fucker paul gino we'll be there with kill k gary we'll be pouring alcohol megan high ball party at the sinatra house is a dream come true tall will sing a duet with you.
"codeine" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"Telling you this during the during our watching it but i feel like you had a cold he was like so like chill on nyquil just like hanging back i feel like he was just like having a really mellow night so i don't know what his deal was but he was not talking at all he shouldn't have offered to give spots people on tour when he's a neabry it'd on on codeine hey you know what sometimes you get a cold what are you gonna do the show must go on well let's get into these people were actually looking right now at some of that angela constructed shortly before coming on i'll added to my insta story but it's epic angela channeling her inner heuristic cox she printed out all twenty four so tacky the red sharpie and made an ex and unceremonious x through the five people that went home so far so we can get a nice a nice look at them because there are twenty four of them and as we talked about in our chop twenty four preview some are more memorable than others so this is a good way to sort of just put the names to the faces yeah i feel like this helps mejia's sort of keeping an understanding of who's here who's gone and then i think it's nice to also remember who's gone because i think after they leave it sometimes very easy to say oh like like now we're just moving forward with these seven but i think it'll be interesting to to sort of look back and say oh remember lay the spring like oh she would if she had been in the you know some interesting as well so we'll go person by person and we'll sort of put together their solo performance and their celebrity duet.
"codeine" Discussed on The Changelog
"Yeah rolling on cut whereas produced in the the edited version it's it's like well you know you could have made that better so glad you did yeah i've i've tried to edit i think i did the first full of my life streams i did treat them like that kind of scenario route where i thought will i put all this effort into going through that entire process i should really just spend another couple of hours on top of that like exporting it as a heavily edited video so that people can get some use out of it and then i quickly stopped because as we all know editing is the longest pod of actually participate sayings note the actual recording pod so yeah i learned my lesson very quickly the to just let it be transient yeah that is like if you have an hour's worth of content it could take you three times as long as the continent self just listening editing playing back listening any plan back and then you know making any sort of editorial decisions if that's what you're trying to do right they can get infinitely more complex as you add more and more production value to it so but at a minimum you're looking at least real time you know you're not wanna listen to it so take at least the length of the content exactly some of these live shows are very long as well so i think a lot of that decision making process like do i polish this up and produce a a beautiful object or is the process part of the the product like you're saying with twitch goes back to your goals and so part of what i'm curious about is as first of all how you got interested in twitch and livestream in your codeine and then what were your goals back then and whether they've changed over time with was doing it every week and that's a great question i think what it started with me was that.
"codeine" Discussed on Inc. Uncensored
"Is it to make lake a pint of beer hitlertype compared to what they sell at for that's a great question and that is another reason why it's so hard to start up as an icecream company because when you it's a it's an economies of scale equation basically it costs the same if you're if you're producing at the same level of say haagendazs or anywhere else you'll be able to joe those economies of scale get a pretty good margin but when you start out you actually will lose money on every single pipe your might cost of goods to just do a first batch of ice cream will be more than what anybody will buy four in the store and so or what more than what the grocer will buy from you and then sell it in the store but you can always so you have to lose money beacon always making up on volume that's what they tell me i said we've now eaten the whole foods three 65 salted caramel amadeo and but which has a chocolate codeine of a little unfair is low i liked chocolate coding i'm not that crazy severe storms so so it seems like none of us really like the asking me my then lowered wiz i think i did this is the taught me kind of i disagree on the by default let me try the or hero yeah i large libya affect on sued the the van lewin jim in a very negative reaction do i think that our tastebuds got thrown off by a full fat rich ice cream with a normal sweetness level we we just come off you know three very idiosyncratically it's like china tastes something after you've fresher teeth exactly would you think's her arm of the van land any of them yeah yeah well i mean i'm not a huge fan of any of them maybe it's the salt sid cara like i like i've had other flavors of halo tap that i that i actually really enjoy which want i like the like there's just like there's like a regular plain vanilla that i think tastes hurling again but i i don't know i at lake i i feel like this isn't really i don't really like any of them in particular to be honest though i well know that may be.
"codeine" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM
"Why so many people are addicted the opiates now i mean it's because your heart your back in a given oxycodone wants back in in my day when i was a boy who will give me tylenol nor tylenol with codeine was the big deal now they're giving you synthetic heroin because you have a back ache or a leg ache i mean and you're creating all of these these drug addicts then you yank the drugs and then they get a street value to them or they go move onto heroin i mean that we have created this whole system of making people dependent on the medical community the medical community sucks i mean they do why jerry lewis kids still have to roll around and shares after the billions of dollars that we've given to them why is there not a cure for any cancer right now you know what i mean every time i give to something i would like to think that i dunno where it may be a one one million progress yeah anything let me point point of like trying to break some in wheelchairs i don't care this is something to like show my money's going for something that no more money and treatment or he wants to get with that still hack line two there's no money in the cure it's only in the treatment and that's why you know when you watch these cancer patients which god forbid i mean it's it's horrific but they suffer but boy though keep those poor people lingering around a long time i mean you know when you find out that are tommy chung as as cancer came back will he cured cancer with hemp oil so of course one hundred bucks a bottle he did it for six months and the tumor disappeared for a few years now granted it did come back but he's already live like he said a better life in that time and mauger amount of time than the doctors gave him if he went through chemo because chemo kills good and bad cells while i'm sure when it went away he went back.
"codeine" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Sounded like codeine and codeine is another week opioid doesn't sound like morphine morphine sound strong so they were basically playing on this misconception that doctors had an and they acknowledge this when they had to plead guilty doctors i thought the oxycodone was weak even though actually more powerful and morphine so let's turn to a joint investigation between sixty minutes in the washington post on the opioid crisis this is joe run at sisi who ran the da's office version control which regulates and investigates the pharmaceutic industry speaking with the cbs correspondent bill whitaker that's that's out of control what they want to do is do what they wanna do not worry about what the law laws and if they don't follow the law in drug supply people die that's just people die this is an industry that allow although millions and millions of drugs to go into bed pharmacies and doctor's offices that distributed them out to people who had no legitimate me for those drugs who are these distributors three largest distributors or card hill's mckesson and source bergen they control probably 85 or ninety percent of the drugs going down the street you knew the implication of what you're saying that these big companies new that they were pumping drugs into american communities were killing people and that's a fact that's exactly what they did whistle blower joe ran at sea speaking with cbs correspondent bill whitaker in another car at the interview he talks about pain clinics paint glimpse overnight popping up off an entrance river exit ramp on an interstate and all of a sudden there's a pain clinic there did you ever seen anything like that in fact in my opinion that this made the whole crack epidemic luke like nothing these kids and crack on the corner these were professionals who are doing it would just drug dealers and lab coats in order chilling picture that paint i do 'cause i watched them get arrested and i was to approve the case so that is joe nfcc who ran the drug enforcement administration the da's office if diversion control which regulates and investigates the pharmaceutical industry speaking with cbs correspondent bill whitaker.
"codeine" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"More and more and more and he will kill himself what this did was got him out of buying illegal drugs first second it saved his kidneys because with the codeine he had to take all the tylenol so it was killing his liver and kidneys whereas the sevaks in simply coverage his op at addiction and you do not build a tolerance so he was able to get off the mirror ground instead of searching and some people actually get excited by the search the hunt the bye by taking he got away from the crowd he got away from the roller coaster and it and he stopped building a tolerance so he doesn't have to do more and more and more and more and saved a bunch of money he got away from the roller coaster and it and he stopped building a tolerance so he doesn't have to do more and more and more and more and saved a bunch of money then he use that money for counselling and you can easily wean off of that with the counselling and with the program because you've gotten away from the habit and when i say habit i'm talking a total roller coaster of the highs in the lows because when you get low you'll do anything for drugs and when you get high you don't care and it's a terrible cycle whereas when you're even you don't get those lows and you don't get feeling terrible.
"codeine" Discussed on Clark Howard Show
"Lost seats clerk wages moments unfortunately some children under age twelve are still being written prescriptions for medicines the contain some level of codeine tylenol with codeine as an example and there are a number of others that have codeine in them the fda in the strongest terms wants you to know that these medicines should not be given to any child under the age of twelve and in many cases two teenagers why because there are multiple incidents where children have suffered life threatening breathing problems from having any medicine with codeine and i don't know you know doctors are busy they may not be aware of this but it is a common occurrence apparently the doctors do right scripts for medicines with codeine four children and teenagers and it should not happen in on your kid there are a lot of things that you think exists unicorns dragons mermaid you name it when your kid it's real but when you find out later that they don't well it's kind of disappointing of course as you get older you get over the disappointments when you're looking to buy a car there's nothing worse than finding the one of your dreams online and then you find out later it doesn't really exist not true that's why.